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Honestly I hated it, it was so corny, and there were no actual clues where you could work out the mystery. I've done one in the UK and there were clever puzzles and it was very entertaining. On Jewel it was a badly acted cheesy stereotypical show, they then repeated the info they'd told you as monologues and then you could interrogate the suspects as they came round the table but they just told you the same info again and there wasn't actually any clues as to who did it or hidden clever stuff you literally guessed on a hunch. I wish Royal would go to a murder mystery evening on land and see how it's meant to be done.

 

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